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Skottie Young steps outside of the Marvel Universe for a "Stephen King's Dark Tower: Drawing of the Three -- The Prisoner" #1 variant cover.
Marvel's tradition of unveiling new series with covers illustrated in Skottie Young's distinct style continues with "Deathlok" and "Bucky Barnes."
Marvel will offer a "Rocket Raccoon" #1 variant cover by famed "Bone" and "Rasl" creator Jeff Smith at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Skottie Young delivers an impressive debut issue of "Rocket Raccoon," "a nearly perfect book in concept and execution."
Skottie Young's variant covers for Marvel's upcoming "Spider-Verse" event offer a preview of the assembled arachnid Avenger's various iterations.
CBR has learned that of the 300,000 reported orders for July's "Rocket Raccoon" #1, approximately a third came from subscription service Loot Crate.
This week, Deadpool has a new set of peepers, Natasha Romanov sets her trap and Batwing soars over the city in CBR's Cover of the Week.
A new artist for "Inhuman," a new series of 100th anniversary one-shots, a new Star-Lord series and the return of "The Dark Tower" were only part of Marvel's Next Big Thing panel in Chicago.
Marvel has announced a Rocket Raccoon/Groot one-shot, debuting the same day as Skottie Young's ongoing "Rocket Raccoon" title.
May's "Original Sin" event features variant covers by Skottie Young & Ed McGuinness, plus glow-in-the-dark Watcher eyeballs.
Writer/artist Skottie Young tells CBR about fan-favorite "Guardians of the Galaxy" member and future breakout movie star Rocket Raccoon's new ongoing series.
Skottie Young is writing and illustrating an all-new ongoing series starring Guardians of the Galaxy member Rocket Raccoon.
Skottie Young has posted his variant covers for "Silver Surfer" #1 and "All-New Ghost Rider" #1, featuring his take on the kid characters.
Check out a preview with a first look at covers for Nathan Edmondson & Mitch Gerads' "The Punisher" #1, including Skottie Young's variant.
CBR enters the studio of fan-favorite artist Skottie Young for a fireside chat about holiday memories, sharing all-ages comics, and pizza husbandry.
Fan-favorite artist Skottie Young, best known for the "Oz" books and Baby Marvel variants, has designed the official Free Comic Book Day 2014 T-shirt.
Batwing strikes, Cinderella does a little shoe-shopping, "Hawken" gets mechanized and Lockjaw has no time for nonsense.
Free Comic Book Day may be several months away, but CBR News has the exclusive reveal of Marvel's all-ages book starring Rocket Raccoon.
CBR has the exclusive first look at Chris Samnee, Mik Del Mundo and Skottie Young's latest Marvel Comics variants.
Bunnies march, the Bleeding Monk picks your brain, the Movement goes propaganda, Legion hunt sand Penguin stands in the Dark Knight's shadow.
Skottie Young has posted two new variant covers for "Avengers World" #1 and "Black Widow" #1 for All-New Marvel NOW!
CBR has an exclusive first look at Skottie Young's Li'l Wolverine variant for "Origin II," plus a second chance to check out Adam Kubert's super-spoilery issue #1 cover art.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Infinity" #4 by Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opena & Dustin Weaver. The Illuminati go head to head with Thanos October 9!
Skottie Young draws adorable baby versions of Marvel Comics characters and now his work has jumped beyond the page. Check out tattoos based on his versions of Nova, Spider-Man and Deadpool!
In a 180-degree turn from its Milo Manara variant cover, Marvel Comics has unveiled a Skottie Young variant for "Guardians of the Galaxy" #5 featuring a cute kids version of Angela.
Neil Gaiman spoke to a packed house in LA about his latest prose novel, "The Ocean at the End of the Lane" while offering details and teases about his highly anticipated return to Vertigo with "The Sandman: Overture."
Marvel has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Superior Foes of Spider-Man" #1. Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber present the less-than-savory side of the hero/villain equation on July 2.
This week, it's Superman versus Robots, Wolverine versus Wolverine, the women of Gotham versus the Joker, Mariko versus Logan, and a gun-toting gorilla versus … everybody.
Marvel has released a number of new covers, including Adam Kubert's "Infinity" #3, Skottie Young's take on "Avengers A.I.," an 8-bit homage to "Superior Foes of Spider-Man" and more.
This week, "Elephantmen" gets spiritual (and a little violent), "Fury MAX" plants its roots, The Shadow is unwrapped, "Uncanny X-Force" gets dreamy, and the X-Men takes their last stand … against boys.
This week's Cover of the Week finds Li’l Ultron triumphant, the fairest wolf of them all, Glory’s big -- really big -- battle, the worst road trip ever, and -- panels?
Skottie Young continues his Li'l Marvel variant covers with a fresh take on the Mad Titan for "Thanos Rising" #1 written by Jason Aaron with interior art by Simone Bianchi. The issue hits stores April 3.
Skottie Young brings his Li'l Marvel heroes and villains to Brian Michael Bendis and Bryan Hitch's "Age of Ultron," where the cutest gold robot in the Marvel U reigns supreme over the playground.
Marvel's push for Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness' upcoming "Nova" ongoing continues today with the publisher revealing that the series' first issue will receive a Skottie Young-illustrated variant cover.
One month after its initial solicitation, Skottie Young's cover for Marvel's upcoming "New Warriors Omnibus" has surfaced, as well as his kid-ified variant for "Fearless Defenders" #1.
Skottie Young's variant cover for Brian Bendis and Chris Bachalo's "Uncanny X-Men" #1 has surfaced online, bringing Young's take on Cyclops' new outfit and the future of the "Uncanny" team.
CBR staffers Steve Sunu and Kevin Melrose count down the top 15 covers of 2012 with showings from Dave Johnson, Jock, Rafael Grampa, Paolo Rivera and more of the industry's top cover artists.
In the GABRIEL NOW! column for Diamond retailers, Marvel SVP of sales David Gabriel discussed the rationale behind ending deep runs of its most popular series and debuted a first look at a lot of new art.
This week, Silk Spectre gets ready for her close-up, Dr. Zaius will see you now, the pint-sized Thunderbolts go a little gun-crazy, Dex Perios takes a road trip, and what Shako hates, Shako destroys!
This week, Hobgoblin gets bombed, Conan gets regal, Maine gets creepy, Marko gets bloody, and the X-Babies get in trouble.